Platte County was one of 52 schools from Missouri to compete in the National Archery in the Schools Eastern National Tournament and International Bowhunting Organization 3D Challenge held May 10-12 in Louisville, Ky.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — After a frustrating first half, Park Hill and Liberty North approached the break in a scoreless tie before spark from an unlikely source.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Taiya Shelby may be one of the most under recruited standout track and field athletes in recent years.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — The fourth straight district title showdown between Park Hill and Staley turned out like the first three — with the Trojans winning.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Chris DuPree played a part in both of the sectional championships for Park Hill South.
ODESSA, Mo. — Erin Straubel didn’t enter her first race of the Class 4 Sectional 4 meet as the favorite, and she didn’t seem to care much either.
Wes Buntenbach added a trio of notable accomplishments late this golf season.
ODESSA, Mo. — The verbal alarms went off with the 800-meter race set to commence.
After a 5-0 loss to Rockhust in the Class 2 sectional round of the MSHSAA State Tennis Championships bracket one entry for Park Hill South is still alive entering the state championships set for this weekend at the Cooper Tennis Complex in Springfield, Mo.
Entering the year Park Hill South coach Ian Cunliff did not expect to break the school’s district championship drought which has lasted since the Panthers won the Class 2 District 15 title in 2011.
DEARBORN, Mo. — It’s taken North Platte nine years to get a win against West Platte in baseball. This year, the Panthers nabbed not only one victory off their cross-county rival — but two, and a spot in the district semifinals.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — It would’ve been pretty easy to ‘sharpie’ Staley into the finals of the Class 5 District 16 tournament.
Platte County netted a pair of district runner-up plaques from the Class 4 District 8 track and field championships held Saturday, May 12, at Excelsior Springs High School.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — It can be said in a rivalry game you can throw out the record books.
Park Hill came in with a 14-3 record and ranked No. 5 in the latest Class 4 poll by the Missouri Soccer Coaches Association. Park Hill South came in one game under .500 on the season.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Park Hill and Platte County needed extra innings in both games of a doubleheader to determine the outcome on Saturday, May 5, at Park Hill High School.
The Trojans won the opening game, 7-6, in 9 innings, while the Pirates salvaged a split with two runs in the eighth inning to win 5-3.
A rematch of last year’s Class 3 District 16 soccer finals will happen in the opening round this year.
Former Park Hill vaulter and current South Dakota sophomore Chris Nilsen vaulted higher than any other American this season when he cleared 19 feet, 2¾ inches, at the Howard Wood Dakota Relays on Saturday afternoon inside Howard Wood Stadium in Sioux Falls South Dakota.
LIBERTY, Mo. — Even people who witnessed what Chris DuPree did on the final leg 4x400-meter relay still had a hard time believing what actually happened.
The Park Hill South sophomore needed a mere 46 seconds to circle the track.
That alone is impressive.
LIBERTY, Mo. — High School football players from three Platte County schools — Platte County, Park Hill and Park Hill South — gathered to participate in the 810 Varsity Combine on Saturday morning, May 5, on HyVee Field at Liberty High School.
The combine was billed as the largest football combine in Kansas City history.
WESTON, Mo. — A week after winning the first-ever girls KCI Conference championship, West Platte added another historic win.
Hosting the Class 1 District 8 meet on Saturday, May 5, the Bluejays won the girls championship for the first time in school history with 125 points, easily beating Worth County.
Park Hill South has an all-state basketball player on both the boys and girls teams for what is believed to be the first time in school history.
Largely due to the thinking that Alecia Westbrook is believed to be the first ever player to earn all-state honors for the girls basketball team.
RAYMORE, Mo. — This time around, Jay Threadgill made sure he wouldn’t be on the outside looking in.
The Park Hill South golfer fired a 4-over 76 and tied for second place at the Class 4 Sectional 4 meet held Monday at The Golf Club at Creekmor.
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